Prague Airport continues to provide a safe experience for all travellers as confirmed by the ACI Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) Certificate, re-assigned to Prague Airport for the high level of adopted goals and implemented measures in the area of health, which ensure increased safety of passengers flying through Prague. The Certificate appreciates the fact that the set standards meet the requirements of international organisations in the aviation industry.
Luis Felipe de Oliveira, ACI World Director General, stated in the reaccreditation letter: “After reviewing the evidence presented through our evaluation process, your airport has demonstrated an admirable continuation of its efforts to provide a safe airport experience for all travellers which is in line with the recommended health measures established in the ACI Aviation Business Restart and Recovery guidelines and ICAO Council Aviation Recovery Task Force Recommendations, along with industry best practices.”
Prague Airport has maintained its accreditation for the next 12 months. “Although protective measures applied to travel were gradually relaxed in the Czech Republic and elsewhere in Europe, we still observed the set processes and procedures. Some of the measures are still pursued as recommendations, such as a respirator in closed areas of the airport.
I am extremely happy that travelling is slowly returning to its old ways without fear, that we are returning to the path towards a promising future in which a safe place like the airport plays a very important role,” Jakub Puchalský, Member of the Prague Airport Board of Directors, said.